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  1. Last night, Dec 21, I received an email from MWB that looked like any other MWB email. However, upon opening the email, I got a pop-up from the MWB app that said real-time protections were tuned off. Unfortunately I clicked the button to turn protections back on. Nothing happened. I tried opening MWB, nothing happened. I then restarted the machine, Win 8.1. I logged into admin, opened MWB to make sure protections were on. They were. I then logged off and logged into user account and checked if protections up, they were. I then opened Outlook. The MWB email posted again and MWB app immediately warned protections turned off. I shutdown. At this point I assumed the email was an attack vector. On restart, things seemed normal. Deleted email through web mail on Android. I note several other posts have been made complaining off realtime protection being turned off so I thought I'd post my experience here. Currently running scan with root kit check enabled. Dan
  2. Hey, I just recently acquired a malwarebytes premium license and I went ahead and activated all the premium features; everything has been working well except for a problem I am encountering with web protection. I generally use 2 browsers, chrome and mozilla firefox(the quantum version): on mozilla I don't encounter any problem and it is also the browser that I use without any kind of adblock/privacy protection/ cancas protection extension and so forth, while with chrome, which is also the browser which I mainly use(I have been using it for much more than mozilla), which has installed many extension to ensure the protection of my privacy and has cookies and javascript disabled I encounter this problem which I will try to describe below. whenever I open the browser and browse around the internet, after I open 2 or 3 random links, be they google, wikipedia, or anything else, I start getting web protection notifications from malwarebytes saying it has blocked some sites(which haven't popped up since I use ublock) which were trying to extabilish outbound connections then nothing more, the popups from malwarebytes stop and I don't seem to be encountering any more problem until I clore and open the browser again(and still only on chrome). The file that was connected to the notification was the chrome.exe file from my browser and all the connections which I've seen so fare were outbound. tradexchange.com go.oclaserver.com venturead.com popcash.net om.forgempire.com ninjagod.com these were the sites which I was able to transcribe from the notifications 52617 5218 52744 52765 and these were some of the ports in no specific order. I have already tried running full scans with malwarebytes but it seems that I have no malware. Any suggestion on what the problem might be, or if this is even a problem? side note: I don't use any other antivirus beside malwarebtes(which I know is not an antivirus) but I don't think this is virus related. thanks in advance for the replies
  3. I have MB paid on 2 computers. 1 PC works fine. The other will not turn on the real-time protection. You can slide the buttons but it never turns on and sometimes an error pops up saying that it cannot be turned on. The only one that works is the 'Prevents Malware Infection.' Because of this a box continually pops up telling me to 'turn it on.'. How do i fix this?
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